Vibrational spectroscopy as a tool for probing protein function

  • Vogel R
  • Siebert F
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Vibrational spectroscopy has become increasingly important as a tool for understanding the mechanisms of photosystem II, phytochrome and terminal oxidases. More general enzymatic or receptor systems have been studied, opening a new field of applications. Femtosecond infrared pump/probe studies of the important amide-I band seem to provide a basis for its molecular and structural interpretation.

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  • Reiner Vogel

  • Friedrich Siebert

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